Day 5 – 10 Daily Use English Words

Day 5 – 10 Daily Use English Words

Day 5 - 10 Daily Use English Words
Day 5 – 10 Daily Use English Words

Day 5 – 10 Daily English Words [hide]

1. Stink: Verb

Unpleasant smell.


  1. The drain is stinking.
  2. If you don’t wash sink, it will stink.
  3. This room stank of beer.
2. Burn: Verb

To destroy something by fire.


  1. She burned the old news papers.
  2. They are burning the trash.
  3. Trees were burned by unknown people.

3. Peel: Verb

To remove the skin of fruits and vegetables.


  1. He is peeling the potatoes in the kitchen.
  2. Did you peel the apples?
4. Goldsmith: Noun

A person who makes jewellery and objects from gold.


  1. He is a goldsmith.
  2. He is one of the best goldsmiths.
  3. He is from the goldsmith’s family.
5. Coppersmith: Noun

A person who makes things from copper and brass.


  1. He is a coppersmith.
  2. Coppersmiths don’t have work due to COVID-19 lockdown.

6. Author: Noun

A person who writes books, articles etc.


  1. He is an author.
  2. He is one of the best authors in the world.
7. Milkmaid: Noun

Woman who sells milk.


  1. She is a milkmaid.
  2. He is a milkman and his wife also milkmaid.
8. Soak: Verb

To leave something in liquid.


  1. Soak the beans in water.
  2. Soak your clothes in a solution of 2 cups vinegar to 2 gallon of water.

9. Strain:  Verb

To filter or separate liquid food from solid food.


  1. After making tea, we have to strain the tea to remove the tea powder.
  2. Do you strain the vegetable?
  3. The oil in which the prawn is fried is strained off and used to cook other food.

10. Sieve: Verb

To separate smaller solids from larger solids.


  1. To make the rotis, sieve the wheat flour.
  2. Sieve the rice to separate rice farina.